"What, drawn, and talk of peace? As I hate hell, all Montagues, and thee. Have at thee coward!" (I-i)
In the first scene of "Romeo and Juliet", there are two brawls that carry out in an effect to another.
"Another blow and she hits the wall...
The door squeals as he pounds down the hall
and the fridge opens." (8)
This is from a different book, where within the first chapter it shows how brutal it can relally get
If you were captured by the violence portrayed throughout "Romeo and Juliet", then you will love...
"TAP OUT" by Eric Devine
"I rock him back and forth with jabs and hooks and whatever the f*** else I can manage. It's just a wash of movement and then before me, nothing. Amir is on the mat." (218)
In almost every aspect of the main characters life, there is some sort of violence, whether intended to... or not.
"Ay, ay a scratch. Marry 'tis enough. Where is my page? Go, villian, fetch a surgeon." (III-i)
After just trying to mess around, Mercutio is slain, and saying his last words.
If reading Romeo and Juliet wasn't as packed with suspense and violence, Tap Out will keep you on the edge of you're seat and leave you wanting more.